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Egg freezing has become a hot topic among celebrities in recent years. As more and more women choose to delay having children for various reasons, freezing their eggs has become a viable option for career-driven women to keep their options open for later. Here are some celebrities who have publicly spoken about freezing their eggs:

Celebrities who froze their eggs

Paris Hilton

In 2020, Paris Hilton spoke openly about freezing her eggs in order to take control of her fertility. In her own words, "I think every woman should do it because you can really control it and not have that ‘Oh my God, I need to get married [moment].” Even more recently, in early 2023 Paris revealed that she had a child at age 41 with her husband Carter Reum.

Olivia Munn

In 2016, the actress was a guest on Anna Faris’ podcast “Anna Faris is Unqualified” and talked about her egg freezing journey, and why other women should consider it too.

I actually started telling my friends about it. It's no longer on the experimental list and I think that every girl should do it....You don't have to race the clock anymore. You don't have to worry about it, worry about your job or anything.

In this episode, Munn and Faris both point out that cost can be a major barrier for most women interested in freezing their eggs. At Cofertility, we offer more affordable and accessible egg freezing options, including our Split program, in which you can freeze your eggs entirely for free when you give half of the eggs retrieved to a family that cannot conceive. To see if you’re eligible, click the button below.

Rita Ora

The singer and actress has been extremely vocal about her egg freezing journey and is a fierce advocate for women everywhere exploring their options. In a conversion with her mom about why she chose to freeze her eggs, she said. “I think as women, we put that pressure on ourselves, subconsciously, because we feel like that is our duty – to create and give life. So, I just wanted to not worry about it. And I didn’t after, and it was the best thing I ever did.”

Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts opened up about freezing her eggs after being diagnosed with endometriosis in her 20’s. On her journey toward diagnosis and learning about egg freezing, she states,  "I mentioned [my symptoms] to my doctor, who didn't look into it and sent me on my way because maybe I was being dramatic? In my late 20s, I just had a feeling I needed to switch to a female doctor. It was the best decision. She ran tests, sent me to a specialist. Finally, there was validation that I wasn't being dramatic. But by then, it had affected my fertility. I was told, 'You should probably freeze your eggs or look into other options."

Priyanka Chopra Jonas

On a March 2023 episode of “Armchair Expert”, Chopra Jonas opened up about her egg freezing journey, which she embarked on prior to getting married to Nick Jonas, as she wanted to focus on her career. "I felt such a freedom," said Chopra, "I did it in my early 30s. I could continue on an ambitious warpath that I wanted to achieve. I wanted to get to a certain place in my career. And I also hadn't met the person I wanted to have children with."

Kristen Stewart

On a March 2024 episode of the podcast Not Skinny But Not Fat, Stewart said that she and her fiancée Dylan Meyer have both gone through the process. "We've done really annoying things like freeze our eggs and stuff," said Stewart, when the host asked if she wanted children. 'So, if we want to we can, you know what I mean? Like, keeping that open.'

Rebel Wilson

Wilson opened up during an Instagram Live session in 2020 about her decision to undergo egg freezing. “As all good career women out there should know, if that’s something that interests you, it’s a pretty good time to do it,” Wilson said. “Getting to 40s is kind of even leaving it a little too late. It’s better to do it a bit earlier if you can.”

Kaitlyn Bristowe

The Bachelorette alum, who froze her eggs in 2017 when she was 32, was able to retrieve 14 to 16 eggs during her retrieval. Through the experience, Kaitlyn noted how she also grew to love herself. "I remember when I was freezing my eggs," she explained, "it really took my focus away from my body dysmorphia and it made me go, 'Wait, our bodies are so cool.'"

Danielle Maltby

The Bachelor in Paradise alum detailed her egg freezing journey during a September 2023 episode of her “The WoMed” podcast. While Maltby was “scared” her procedure wouldn’t be successful, she told listeners the doctor retrieved 11 eggs and froze eight. Maltby explained she was really “proud” of herself for going through the fertility process. “That takes a lot of pressure off because the future is extremely uncertain right now.”

Summing it up

Egg freezing is an extremely personal decision, but for these celebrities, it was a way to preserve their fertility while focusing on other things that mattered to them. At Cofertility, we’re on a mission to make egg freezing more accessible for everyone, so that celebrities aren’t the only ones who can afford this important service. With our Split program, women can freeze their eggs entirely for free when they give half to a family that cannot otherwise conceive. Additionally, we offer our Keep program, in which women can freeze their eggs entirely for their own use, with discounts on things like medication and storage, as well as access to our members-only community of women going through the process at the same time. To see what programs you’re eligible for, click the link below.